The Other Ones Live at Suwannee Music Park on 2000-09-23
Set 1: Not Fade Away > Hey Bo Diddley > Not Fade Away > Dark Star > Dear Mr. Fantasy, Big Railroad Blues, Down The Road > On the Road Again > Down The Road > Tennessee Jed, Lost Sailor > Saint of Circumstance > Drums > Jam > The Way It Is > Dark Star Jam > Truckin' > He's Gone > Dark Star > One More Saturday Night
Collection TheOtherOnesBand/Artist The Other OnesVenue Suwannee Music ParkLocation Live Oak, FLSource AKG480s -> SBM-1 -> D8 -> CDLineage CD -> EAC(secure) -> .wav -> mkw audio comp. tool -> .shnTaped by H. Carpenter
On The Road Again is Willie Nelson's version
"Jam" was "Down Upon the Suwanee River"
Only "Bo Diddley," "Mona," and "On the Road Again"
"Ripple" was acoustic
Chuck A Stone
April 21, 2011
Grate show for sure
This was my late son's first festival type expierence. He was younger and saw GD in 95 in tampa, but this was more like when I was younger. Smaller crowd, grate venue and caching up with many friends.
We camped just past the members area on the right. We came in on Friday afternoon with the rain. After we set camp, the venues security said we couldn't camp where we were, then relented after my son said "Dad's a Wharf Rat and I only brought him (me)to speed his recovery". They laughed and moved on.
On Saturday we went up the river, swam, went across to the rope swing. Made a fine dinner over the fire, and went to the field. During Ziggy's set caught up with friends and everyone was amazed at Brandon and the venue. Remeber the storms to the east and the lightening.
The NFA open was fun, We truely enjoyed the Tennesse Jed. During the begining ogf the Jam they sort of lost thier way. Had "Way down upon the Suwannee river" interlasted "Shenandoah" till they got it together.
The ripple encore of course got off track with the lyrics. But that why we love the boys.
A grate show and night, and it brings back pleasant memories
February 25, 2010
This was a fantastic show!
I have been looking for a copy of this show ever since I saw it!! Thank goodness these have been released....This was my first foray back into Grateful Dead music after Jerry died -- and my first experience with Steve Kimock. Needless to say, I was much fulfilled and blown away -- I knew what I had been missing. Granted, Phil had decided to boycott this tour to do Phil and Friends but Laphonso Ellis was dynamic. And Bruce Hornsby as a guest on the tour? Excellent musicianship -- Hornsby is soulful in singing Dear Mr. Fantasy and they all do a majestic version of Jam>The Way it Is>Dark Star.
I had travelled all the way up from central Florida to this strange music park I had never heard of before being a new transplant to Florida -- only to find a piece of heaven that I would return to on many occasions. It was a hot, sweaty late summer afternoon and TOO had the Ziggy Marley and the Melody makers (with Stephen) backing them up. No sooner had the Marley's finished up a sweeeeeeeeet set of classic reggae then thunder rumbled and rolled across the sky like only a Florida summer can produce. Just before the Dead came on a monstrous bolt of lightning flashed across the sky -- the mood was set.
Again, like only Florida summers will do, the rain held off and blew over and the band took the stage doing the most awesome NFA>Bo Didley>NFA into Dark Star which ended up being the foundation for the jams the rest of the night. This is a rare one set show so they pulled out all the stops from beginning to end. In fact, most of the set is non-stop flow and jams from one song to the next with only a couple of stops -- once at the end of the DS>Dear Mr Fantasy with Big Railroad Blues and then it starts up again and doesnt break up until Saturday Night. Seriously great night of music.
Throw in the fact that this is a pretty clear and crispy recording despite not being a SBD and you have a dynamite show worth having. This was a rare tour.